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Occupy America: Send Us Your Photos of Local Occupy Wall Street Protests

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The burgeoning movement against economic injustice, Occupy Wall Street, is blooming coast to coast. Are there any Occupy events currently underway in your city? The Nation wants images from your local actions. Submit photos to The Nation’s Flickr group and your shots may be included in a slide show on TheNation.com. Here’s how:

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1. Log in to your Flickr account (if you don’t have a flickr account, you can sign up for free.)
2. Join The Nation’s flickr group by clicking “Join this Group” on our Flickr group page.
3. Add your images of any OccupyUSA actiosn or events to The Nation’s group pool, and tag your images with the tag OccupyAmerica.

We’ll let you know if we use your images in The Nation’s slide show.

* Photographs should be site-specific, clearly showing the city in which your action is taking place.
* Good photographs will include people, signs and anything that makes them stand out from other protest pics.
* Include information about location, date and time of your photograph.
* Images should be at least 600 pixels wide, in landscape format, 300dpi.

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